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Oct 2, 2015

Barbaric cultural practices

J. Baglow
Will Stephen Harper get another majority by whipping up an electoral lynch mob?
Blog
Apr 7, 2015
Photo: wikimedia commons

What we can learn, even now, from the Mike Duffy trial

Karl Nerenberg
Senator Mike Duffy's trial starts today, April 7, and will have its full share of drama and revelation. Even at this early stage, however, there are lessons we can glean from the whole affair.
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Jun 9, 2014
Photo: flickr/Stephen Harper

The robocall story: It's not over yet!

Karl Nerenberg
Michael Sona is on trial as the sole culprit in the fraudulent effort to suppress non-Conservative voters in 2011. There is lots of evidence, though, that whoever did it did not act alone.
Blog
Apr 21, 2014
Justin Trudeau

Trudeau's rise jeopardizes Harper's tenure

Geoffrey Stevens
Trudeau's popularity has lasted long beyond the honeymoon phase, because he has established himself as a serious politician and a genuinely likeably person -- unlike Stephen Harper.
Columnists
Jan 28, 2014

Who will Harper surprise next?

Taking others by surprise is a big part of the strategy employed by the Harper government as it remakes Canada. Harper won a majority in 2011, surprising the country as the Liberal vote collapsed.

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